Ritz Glitter Triptych  (July 2009)

Created: July 26, 2009
Modified: August 16, 2009

Just playing with my Ritz Glitter and this is the results. Used some punches (McGill stacking series "Fancy Square 1.75" & 2 1/8" Sakura Flower; Carla Craft med sized Sakura Flower; Marvy small & large Daisy flower) and a Sizzix die (Bigz #655367Decorative Accent w/Flower & Leaves) to cut the flowers, leaves and fancy rectangles. Added some rhinestones and a bit of rubber stamping (Quietfire Design small Flourish & ATC sized Quotes) and voila.


ID: Ritz - A Book (unavailable)


ID: Ritz - Amen

ID: Ritz - A Weed (unavailable)

Detail Pics below: All punched out elements were punched using Sookwang double sided tape on a piece of white copy paper. That kept it thin, easy to adhere to my ATC with a Glue Stick and made it opaque so the background of the ATC didn't shine through, especially for the ones using warm highlights or clear Ritz Glitter. On the big corner flower I added a few lines of Zig Squeeze & Roll glue pen for the striations in the petal. I also outlined that one with a blue Zig writer to make it stand out a bit more against the paler background. The center flower of the 3rd ATC uses a piece of scrap paper I had on my desk colored with Pan Pastels.

The Fancy rectangles were done with a square punch. Fold your paper or cardstock in half, and push the folded edge into your punch, past the half way point, but before it gets to the other (opposite side) cutting edge, and punch. You can get umpteen sized rectangles this way. And if you fold your paper both in half vertically and horizontally the possibilities are endless. To remove the fold lines, just spritz with a touch of water and iron (very hot, no steam) flat. There may be a touch of a line still showing, but usually if you flip it over there is no line on the opposite side.




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